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1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data
2. Relevant equations
$$F = \nabla \phi$$
3. The attempt at a solution
Let's focus on determining why this vector field is conservative. The answer is the following:
I get everything till it starts playing with the constant of integration once the straightforward differential equations have been solved.
May you explain how does it conclude that ##\phi (x, y, z)## is a potential for ##F##?
Thanks.
2. Relevant equations
$$F = \nabla \phi$$
3. The attempt at a solution
Let's focus on determining why this vector field is conservative. The answer is the following:
I get everything till it starts playing with the constant of integration once the straightforward differential equations have been solved.
May you explain how does it conclude that ##\phi (x, y, z)## is a potential for ##F##?
Thanks.
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